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Opening Festivities:

TOPSHOP Begins It's
Low Key Celebrations

TOPSHOP already let us know that here would be no extravagant Grand Opening Bash on the eve of its American flagship's début. Instead, Sir Philip Green has been hosting smaller more intimate private gatherings to celebrate the store. They are so small, in fact, that so far only British Vogue seems to be covering them. "It's mostly people we know, it's more intimate, more personal. We don't want a thousand people here. I think this is a bit nicer," the Topshop chief tells the UK website.
Well, great Phil! You're having little parties for the models and celebrities who already know about the store. How useful.
Does the lack of stateside coverage of these events represent perhaps a tiny bit of resentment among the local press for  being shut out?
Just askin'. After all, we're sure our invitation was lost in the mail.
Topshop Takes New York (Vogue UK)


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